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country, anxious to hear the trial.
The first four veniremen exam
ined swofe they believed the de
fendants guilty. Two of them
were discharged. Senator Kern
demanded the third be dismissed.
District Attorney Miller objected.
"These men evidently do not
mean to serve," he said. "I wish
your honor would hold them a
while so we may find out how
many perjurers there are here."
"There is a grand jury for men
who commit perjury to evade jury
Service," said Judge Anderson.
Then he made the last two
talesmen remain ip their seats
while the examination of others
went on. The examination of the
first four took two hours.
WAR SITUATION HOT
Paris. Turkish government
has been given 48 hours to re
lease trainload of war munitions
belnoging to Servia. Unless it is
done Servia will declare war.
Berlin. Bourse panicky today
because of Balkan war threat.
Vienna. Austria asks Russia
why Russian troops are mobilized
in Poland. Believed Russia is en
couraging Bulgaria to invade
Turkey and that Czar secretly
wants wap. Austrian troops mov
ing toward Balkan frontier.
Budapest. Telephone, lines be
tween Bulgaria and Servia and
Hungary cut today. Govern-
ment asked Sofia and Belgrade to
explain this violation of interna
Paris. Government has asked
French banks not to loan money
o any of Balkan states for war
purposes. Other big European
governments may do same.. Bul
garia has so.me funds ; others are
hard up and would have to bor
row. Constantinople. Turkish gov
ernment believes war can't ,be
prevented and is ready for lasf
stand against being driven from
Vienna, Near panic on bourse
today because war is hourly ex
pected. Cettinje, Montenegro. King
Nicholas and advisors held war
council today. Orders issued for
mobilization of entire army.
AUTO RACERS INJURED
Vanderbilt Cup Course, Mil
waukee, Wis., Oct. 1. BrucT
Brown, driving his Fiat car at 8Q
miles an hour in speed trials, went
thrbugh the fence op the third
lap, seriously injuring himself and
his mechanician, Bpth are uncon
scious. Drivers are all training for tfye
big race tomorrow. DePalma,
who is the favorite, made fast
DePaJma will be the first .off
tomorrowi followed ip 30-secgnd
intervals by Hughes, Mulfofd,
Nelson, Wishart, Anderson,
Clark and Tetzlaff.
Wife We have beep married
twelve years, and not ppce have I
missed baking you a cake for yorj
birthday, have 1, dear?
-tiubDy JNo, my pet. J. car
look back upon those cakes as!
milestones m my life.